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in benghazi, sending the armed thugs packing and also setting fire to their weapons and ammo. welcome everybody, to a brand new hour of america's election headquarters, i'm jamie coally. huge developments. >> kelly: welcome, everybody, u.s. ambassador chris stevens was well liked among so many libyans. his killing and the murder of three other americans at the u.s. consulates in benghazi, apparently the the last straw in what has been simmering tensions between ordinary libyans, and the armed militias, who roam the streets there. greg palkot streaming live from tripoli now joins us. >> kelly, we were just speaking to an aide to the president here in libya and say they're happy with the events overnight, but like a lot of things in this country the events overnight got a little out of hand. today in benghazi, officials were taking stock. some 11 people were killed, nearly 70 people were injured. our contacts on the ground confirm this is all happened after a peaceful rally turned into a violent attack. >> various militia compounds were hit in the town of benghazi. the main target of th
department hired to guard the benghazi consulate. they asked matthew olsen the question in a hearing this week. blue mountain is a private security group out of wales to hire and vet the guards. they had a contract worth half million. indication of guards casing the consulate was revealed on a gaming website where he went by the name vile rat. assuming we don't die tonight, we saw one of our quote police that guard the compound taking picture. it could be the libyan government police. and the anti-islamic. there is increasing evidence that this group is with al-qaida. the fbi is looking to the american personnel moved one while away were ambushed and that may mean they were kill would by attackers. now to the reporters told that the jewish state would be. he flew to thinationination assembly meeting. rick leavenat this time -- at the jerusalem bureau. >> all of this war talk is fueling tension here. rame rails -- few israelies want more. but the iranian military said it is prepared for israel to strike and has plenty of new weapons and hard ware. it is missiles and a mobile air defen
taking the streets in benghazi taking their anger militia they blame on the attacks on the american consulate there. >> gregg: welcome, i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: several protestors are dead and dozens of others are wounded as they force the group to flee benghazi headquarters. militia commanders deny responsibility for the attack that killed america's ambassador christopher stevens along with three others. greg palkot is streaming live from tripoli with the very latest. >> reporter: just a while ago we spoke with an aide to the libyan president and they are gratified what is happening in benghazi. they want to bring order. now, they are trying to rein in the public's anger. according to one of our contacts on the ground as many as ten people have been killed, maybe 70 people injured. that is when a peaceful rally in benghazi turned violent. that is when various militia compounds were hit. targeted group, you folks have mentioned. a group suspected of having a strong tie to the killing of stevens and three other americans. after the protestors ransacked that compound. that milit
group that is assumed to have been behind the attack on the u.s. con salute in benghazi erupted in hundreds of angry libyan citizens stormed the compound. this time at the headquarters of one of the islamic extremist groups suspected in the attack. they have from the compound and set fire to their offices. unprecedented backlash against the group al sharia, one of the groups behind the american consulate attack. tens of thousands of libyans marched through the streets of benghazi to protest against the armed militias that are creating anarchy in cities like benghazi. one protester said did he not want to begin people in his country walking the streets looking like the taliban. back to you in new york. >> thanks so much for the update. >> a tale of two different countries and the response to this thing. it's been interesting to watch as unfolded a day of love. officials there in pakistan saying we have got to stop, this we are burning our own stuff. you are going into our own banks. you are burning our own banks and cars. this sour own stuff. >> it's wonderful to see the libyan p
in a bid to prevent violence. in another some 30,000 libyans march 234d benghazi in a demonstration against islamic extremists. the crowds mourn the death of christopher stevens last week and demanded that a large militant group ansar al shariya dispanned and called for libyan's interim government to improve security. for more, i'm joined by shibley telhami, the anwar sadat rofessor opeace d development at the university of maryland. and lawrence pintak, dean of the edward r. murrow school of journalism at washington state university, and a former middle east correspondent for cbs news who's written widely on media in the middle east. shibley telhami, a piece of this unrest clearly seems to involve very different understandings of the notion of free speech and responsibility. what do you see? >> i... first i done think it's really about free speech. i know free speech is important and there's no question that in arab, in muslim countries's understanding the nature of free speech in the west is difficult n part because clearly they haven't experienced the kind of democracies, including the c
they retrieved the remains of their son, the u.s. a.m. bass dor who was killed in benghazi last week. >> he wasn't the kind of diplomat to sit in the office and attend receptions and just be a formal person. he was a man of the people. >> i'm perfectly aware there was danger, but there was danger almost every of place he went. >> reporter: stevens' mother said she learned long ago not to worry. she says her son inherited his curious and outgoing nature from his grandfather and was on the go from the start. in fact ush, trips to the park her on her toes. >> chris, take off, cross toward the street. i'd run out and get him and bring him back. then he'd take off in the other direction and i'd run off and get him. he was a really active little guy. so he wasn't always -- and just kind of, you know, busy. >> reporter: and he didn't stop. he studied abroad in high school and college and did a stint in the peace corps before ultimately taking on a career in the foreign service. but the east bay remained home and ties to his familytayed strong. >> he was a great big brother. he really watched over his b
people were killed. still, a result of that anti-muslim video. but in benghazi, libya, where the u.s. ambassador and three other americans were killed last week, a different kind of demonstration. thousands of libyans turned out to support the u.s., and even storming an islamic headquarters. >>> and now the emotional visit to this country, by the nobel prize recipient, aung san kyi was awarded the congressional gold medal on her first visit to the u.s. since she was freed after years under house arrest. nbc's ann curry sat down for a rare interview with her today, she is with her in the studio today. >> that is absolutely right, aung san kyi endured 15 years of house arrest, fighting for democracy in myanmar, separated from her husband who was dying, before she was finally released. she is now a member of her country's parliament. and we again by asking her about her meeting with president obama >> it is a privilege, and it is also -- i like your president. >> reporter: did you ask him to lift economic sanctions on burma? >> i have already discussed this with members of your congre
. >>> in libya, new fighting in benghazi. but it is not the libyans who support the u.s. who are under siege. it is the radical islamist group tied to that that killed the u.s. ambassador. hundreds of pro-u.s. libyans stormed the center, forcing the group to flee the city. they still have no organized force. >>> and the leader of the free syria army says his troops are moving in to better coordinate with rebel soldiers. this is the city of holmes. they cannot independently say the video is authentic, but activists say 166 people have been killed across syria today. >>> and a prisoner on death row claims he is too fat to execute. the legal guys are weighing in on this case.  a . >>> all right, just seconds away from our great legal minds who will take a swipe at a case that could make its way all the way to the u.s. supreme court. richard, what is it about the case? the swabbing, the dna for everybody? >> unreasonable search and seizure, the ninth circuit court of appeals will overturn the case, going to the supreme court. >> avery? >> well, what is the difference between t
of the united states but more condemning the attack that took place on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. people taking to the streets yesterday in the thousands demanding democracy, but more importantly, demanding an end to these extremist militias whom people and the government here say were behind that attack that took the lives of four americans. at night on friday, hundreds of these pro democracy demonstrators began taking situations into their own hands and storming various headquarters of known militias in the city of benghazi, including the headquarters of the militia, and if you'll remember, the libyan government has said that it has detained individuals who are part of that group in association with the attack on the u.s. consulate although they say the group as a whole was not behind that assault. >> thank you so much for that reporting. meantime, president barack obama and u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton will be heading to new york next week for a meeting of the u.n. general assembly. the violence in the muslim world will likely be high on their talking points. they say the p
today in benghazi, libya. the reports are that as many as 30,000 libyans took to the streets in benghazi, the city where ambassador chris stevens and three of his colleagues were tragically murdered ten days ago ago. these demonstrators marched peacefully to the gates of the compound of ansar al sharia. the militia that was responsible for the attack that killed ambassador stevens and his colleagues. the demonstrators conducted themselves peacefully. they carried signs according to media reports that read, "the ambassador was libya's friend. no, no to militias." and when these brave libyans arrived at the gates of the compound, they told the militia that they and their violent extremist agenda are not welcome in the new libya. do we want to send the message tonight as the people of libya told the militants no, that we will then tell the people of libya, we don't want to have anything to do with you we won't assist you we won't give you what you need to establish a democratic and free society? because of what happened in benghazi today somewhere chris stevens is smiling. he's smiling bec
.s. consulate attack. hundreds of pro-democracy demonstrators seized the group's headquarters in benghazi overnight, demanding an end to extremist militias in libya. protesters moved on to a second location. but the situation there quickly turned dangerous. and our arwa damon found herself caught in the middle of it all. >> reporter: just on the other side of this wall is the second location that we are told is being struck tonight. but contrary to what we witnessed at the first place here, there seems to be some sort of a gun battle going on. we are hearing sporadic gunfire as well as some other small explosions. >> turns out the protesters were tricked and ended up attacking the headquarters of a battalion backed by the libyan government. at least four people were killed, 70 injured in all of that violence. >>> we're learning more about what happened in the final chaotic moments for two americans who were killed in the u.s. consulate attack. glen doherty and tyrone woods both former navy s.e.a.l.s were in benghazi working security. sources tell cnn doherty and woods were in another part
the country at least 19 people were killed. 200 injured in battles with police. >>> in benghazi, libya a huge peaceful crowd is demanding an end to extremist violence there. the crowd is estimated at 20 people with some libyan police officers seen taking part. many people carried signs mourning the death of u.s. ambassador chris stevens. the protesters marched to the stronghold of a major malitia group thought to be at the start of the clash. >>> cabrera has removed his name from the batting title. major league baseball could not have disqualified cabrera but that would have taken the okay of the players association. instead cabrera has asked the union to tell the league that he wants to withdraw his name from the title race. by the way this now puts giant's catcher buster posey in second place for the national league battle title. >>> a waste of taxpayer dollar: see what congress recess is going to cost people and what lawmakers are doing instead. >>> i'm back here at 5:20. the coast is clear of fog. i have what you can expect for your saturday and sunday. on your prepaid card? introducing c
the headquarters in benghazi, including the group suspected in the attack on the u.s. consulate. the compound was set on fire by angry protesters. and the militants inside were forced to flee. >>> in pakistan, 19 people were killed in violent protests over that anti-islam movie that was made in the u.s. dozens more were injured during clashes between police and protesters there. protesters offended by that film, marched in a half dozen other musl countries on friday. >>> and there's a link between sugary dinks and obesity. one study of 33,000 americans found proof that the drinks interact with jeans affecting weight, increasing the risk of obesity. swapping the sugary drinks for calorie-free alternatives leads to less weight gain in children and teenagers. >>> and the space shuttle "endeavour" made its fal flight, touching down in los angeles. and officially ending nasa's shuttle program. people lined streets and rooftops to get one, last final glimpse in flight. it toured some california landmarks, from the golden gate bridge to the hollywood sign before landing. it will go on display at the
is on the ground in benghazi. >> reporter: there was an initial sense of euphoria. people saying that this is the real libya, cleansed of extremists by its own people. but the situation quickly turned sinister. >> yeah, yeah, be careful. >> down the road there -- >> yeah, yeah. >> over here on the left-hand side. >> there is gunfire at a second location. this is the second location. just on the other side of this wall is the second location that we are told is being struck tonight. but contrary to what we witnessed at the first place, here, there seems to be something of a gun battle going on. we are hearing sporadic gunfire as well as other small explosions. the location is actually the headquarters of a battalion backed by the government. government officials came out on tv trying to urge for calm and tell people that this is not an extremist militia, but it seems few were listening. and this here is where the situation in libya gets incredibly murky. the compound that we're hearing the gunfire surrounding is battalion headquarters. her a part of the february 17th brigade that
addresses, phone numbers and e-mail's of its customers. for >> turning to world news in benghazi, libya, two men were killed in the 30 injured in overnight clashes. hundreds of demonstrators at attached an islamist militia compound upset over recent violence that includes a glass is leagues killing of the u.s. ambassador. at least three compounds have been overrun as the part of a backlash. but in pakistan, a u.s. drone fired two missiles at a vehicle this morning killing four suspected militants. the attached to a place in the tribal region that borders afghanistan. the victims have yet to be identified.the foreign minister currently in washington d.c., the government has demanded in an. >> still to come, it possible basketball recruiting scandal at st. mary's college. >> we will take a live look outside this time around from mt. tam. it is crystal clear and as beautiful. >>marty: the body of a retired firefighter has been found in western nebraska. the family of the 69 year old said that his body was spotted by a railway worker. he was last seen on september 13th on an amtrak train
. protesters set fire to the building in benghazi. no one was killed in that protest. >>> frustration has been growing in libya over armed militias known for their attacks on muslims who do not share their ideology. at least 19 people have been killed in pakistan over the antiislammic film that led to the killing of the u.s. ambassador. armed demonstrators and a crowd of 15,000 burned two movie theaters and a bank and fired on officers. ads are shown showing president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton denouncing that film. >>> protests are planned across the world today against a controversial drilling process known as fracking. in fracking, water is pumped deep into the ground to crack rocks that contain natural gas. fracking proponents say it increases natural gas production and lowers prices for consumers. opponents say the process contaminates water supplies and destroys the environment. more than 100 cities across the globe are taking part in this protest, including paris, madrid and new york. >>> local environmentalists will hold what they call a don't frack our bay rally toda
other americans. a crowd attacked the base of an islamic militia in benghazi in support of the u.s., they were angry about the murder of the four americans. in fact the protesters drove the militia out of the city. joining me now is general jack jacobs, it's good to have you here. as we talk about these protesters driving out this militia group and we can see the anger that they are now organizing as a country against these people that killed our four americans, this militia was a militia that we were originally these militia were working with the ouster of gadhafi, correct? >> yes, revolutions are really messy things. it was more than just a protest. as you said they drove these guys out. and the crowds actually burned down several headquarters of several different militant groups. ostensibly these were spontaneous reactions to the death of ambassador stephens. we have to remember that there's a contest for dominance in this area of libya. one way to get rid of the guys who are opposed to you, make your life a little bit difficult if they gain a foothold is to drive them out. th
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